9 Wattpad Block Party Summer Edition III Posts That Are a Must-Read

Wattpad Block Party - Summer Edition III (August 2017)

Hello, everyone!

It’s been over a week since the end of the Wattpad Block Party – Summer Edition III, hosted by Kelly Anne Blount (@KellyAnneBlount) and as I promised you, here’s a list of my favorite posts, divided in two groups: educational and entertainment. In no particular order:

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My To Review in September List

Last month, we had a treat with Writers Read: Author Brent Hartinger Reads from His Novel Three Truths and a Lie. Well, one of the two books I plan to review this month is…

Three Truths and a Lie

Three Truths and a Lie - Brent Hartinger_350

Author: Brent Hartinger

Themes & Genres: LGBT, Mystery, Thriller, Horror

WARNING: Mature Content

Blurb: Continue reading

Writers Read: Author Brent Hartinger Reads from His Novel Three Truths and a Lie

Three Truths and a Lie - Brent Hartinger_350

Three Truths and a Lie

Author: Brent Hartinger

Themes & Genres: LGBT, Mystery, Thriller, Horror

WARNING: Mature Content

BLURB

(For readers 14 and up)

Deep in the heart of the forest, four friends gather for a weekend of fun. Continue reading

My To Review in August List

As some of you might have noticed, I’ve already posted one review this month. It was of Flame (Frost Chronicles, Book2) by Erin Latimer and was originally scheduled for the end of July, but due to some other book-related commitments was posted a couple of days later.

As for what is scheduled for this month: one short story and one novel. Let’s start with the novel.

The Gunslinger – The Dark Tower, Book 1

The Gunslinger - The Dark Tower, Book 1 by Steven King

Author: Stephen King

Themes & Genres: Suspense, Fantasy

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Monsters & Angels by Anne Marie Andrus – Cover Reaveal & Blurb

Maybe you remember Anne Marie’s inspirational March guest post, in which she shares with us what urged her to create her novel Monsters & Angels. Well, today we are going to see the cover of this yet unpublished work and read its blurb.

Monsters & Angels by Anne Marie Andrus

Monsters & Angels
Author: Anne Marie Andrus
Themes & Genres: Historical, New Adult, Paranormal, Romance, vampire
Publication Date: October 2017

Blurb:

Fledgling nurse Sorcha Alden knew she had the skills to save lives, but she never dreamed that her own life would be the one in danger Continue reading

Most Read Posts of the First Half of 2017

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Most Read Posts of the First Half of 2017

We are more than halfway through 2017 and I thought “Hmm, I have eighty-four posts uploaded this year; I wonder if my readers have seen them all.” And since I wondered, I decided to make a Top 10 of the most read posts so far and share it with you. Who knows: maybe you skipped one of these gems?

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My To Review in July List

When I started doing book reviews on my blog, I decided to do at least one per month and I usually did just one. However, with the exception of January, this year has seen me review two or even three books per month. And this July?

I have three scheduled – two Fiction books and one guide – but, as always, a new ARC might pop up later on.

So which books are up for review this month?

FICTION:

The Magpie Lord – A Charm of Magpies, Book 1

The Magpie Lord - A Charm of Magpies, Book 1 by K.J. Charles

Author: K.J. Charles

Themes & Genres: LGBT, Historical Romance, Victorian, magic

WARNING: Mature Content

Blurb:

A lord in danger. A magician in turmoil. A snowball in hell.

Exiled to China for twenty years, Lucien Vaudrey never planned to return to England. But with the mysterious deaths of his father and brother, it seems the new Lord Crane has inherited an earldom. He’s also inherited his family’s enemies. He needs magical assistance, fast. He doesn’t expect it to turn up angry Continue reading

The Productivity Project: How Did the First Month Go

The Productivity Project - How Did the First Month Go

In the beginning of this month, I posted The Productivity Project, a.k.a. my plan to boost my productivity, live healthier and save more money for books and geeky goodies; I also promised you to update you on how it went when we reached the end of June.

Well, here’s me, making good on my promise.

In this post, I’ll not only sum up whether this worked for me, but also Continue reading

My Favorite Place to Buy Books (and Why I Love It so Much)

You know I love books.

I read books. I write books. I talk about books.

Yep. I love books.

I usually read on my Kindle app for two reasons: one – I’m a book reviewer so I get ARCs in the form of e-books, and two – because e-books are cheaper. If you’ve read my Books vs E-books vs Audio Books post, you’d also know I appreciate the fact I can have hundreds of books at my disposal at any given time and place, as long as I have my phone with me; you’d also know that even though there are advantages to e-books, I prefer paperbacks. And when it comes to buying paperbacks, I go to…

Book Depository

The Book Depository. It’s an online store with a huge selection of books and FREE INTERNATIONAL DELIVERY.

What I Love about the Book Depository? Continue reading